News for Wednesday, March 6, 2002



American Skiing Co. delisted

American Skiing Co.'s stock will disappear from the ticker of the New York Stock Exchange on March 14.

Steamboat's Perricone wins girls' slalom title

When the Junior Olympic Championships came to a close Tuesday in Beaver Creek, Steamboat ski racer Lisa Perricone had proved why she is a rising star in the Alpine racing world.

Drug sting nets second suspect in two days

A sting by a multijurisdictional drug task force has netted a second arrest involving the distribution of a prescription drug and cocaine.

Young skier applies experience to poster

Bernard awarded season pass, $60 as grand-prize winner in Ski Corp. contest

Ramsey Bernard, a sixth-grader who loves Alpine skiing, knows by heart the photos hung on the Howelsen Hill Lodge walls and the rules of skiing etiquette posted among them. Bernard's attentiveness paid off.

Lalive wins silver

Steamboat skier finishes runner-up in downhill at World Cup final

The ringing of a telephone jarred Steamboat Springs resident Frances Lalive from a restful sleep at about 3 a.m. Wednesday.

County seeking airport grant

Federal funds would be used to increase summer flights

Looking to bolster summer flights into Yampa Valley Regional Airport, Routt County is partnering itself with local communities and corporations as it seeks a grant from a federal agency.

Anonymous donations assist in city's ice rink goals

$175,000 from donors will be used to build lobby, skate rental area

Not only does the U.S. Women's Hockey Team love the newly renovated Howelsen Ice Arena, the local community loves it, too.

Local skiers earn top spots at JOs

Alpine skiing coach Chris Puckett was filled with a sense of pride as he looked at the podium on the final day of the Junior Olympic Championships in Beaver Creek earlier this week.